Part IV: Debunking Ethiopia’s Plentiful Water Resources vis-à-vis Egypt: A Closer Look at Basins’ Water Budget

by Tekleab Shibru (PhD) Affiliate Professor of Geomatics Chicago State College Summary Following the development of Grand Ethiopia Renaissance Dam, the hydro-electric dam meant to generate electrical energy, Ethiopia and Egypt are having a fierce battle over the Nile water useful resource. Egypt alleges that Nile water is the “solely” freshwater supply, and therefore considers Ethiopia’s dam as existential risk. Whereas for Ethiopia, the dam is the power supply that might electrify and light-weight one of many darkest nations in Africa and the world. Subsequently, this text utilized the idea of hydrologic water finances to research annual internet and reserve water of

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